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82 which characteristic describes all synovial joints

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82. Which characteristic describes all synovial joints? Select all that applya.Contain a joint cavityb.Are freely movablec.Articulating bones are covered with hyaline cartilaged.Include fibrocartilagee.Include bursae
83. Which of the following choices is correct regarding structures used to reduce friction injoints?1. Bursae2. Synovial fluid3. Accessory Ligaments4. Labrum
84. Gliding occurs between
d.A ball like surface and a cuplike depressione.A convex surface and a concave surface85. To peer over a fence, the calf muscles help you stand on your toes. What movement isbeing performed?
86. Which structural category of a synovial joint allows movement with a single axis? Selectall that apply.a.Planarb.Hingec.Condyloidd.Suturee.Saddlef.Ball and socket
87. What is the functional and structural classification of the joint in the picture?
88. Abduction is represented in which two panels?
89. Which of the following is pointing to the articular capsule?
90. Describe the steps in bone repair.91. Briefly describe the five categories of bones found in the human body based on theshape of the bones.92. List the three functional classifications of joints and give and example of each.
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